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Showing posts with label IoT. Show all posts
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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

The evolution of IoT:Personalization and business

Just about every business will become an internet of things (IoT) business. The convergence of the digital and physical worlds makes this inevitable. When the products companies sell are connected 24/7/365, dynamic and ever-improving value can be delivered to customers throughout the product’s life cycle. This will become the norm. Therefore, launching a successful IoT business requires a fundamental shift, a transition from product-centric to service-centric business models. Companies looking to capitalize on IoT will become IoT service businesses. Operations dependent on one-time product sales will become obsolete as business value moves from products to the experiences they enable. This transformation will fundamentally change how businesses operate, interact with customers and make money. Those who recognize that the internet of things isn’t about things but about service will be positioned to meet these new customer demands, unlock new sources of revenue and thrive in this connected world. 

The evolution of modern connectivity is often summarized as: the internet – the world wide web – mobile devices – big data/the cloud – the internet of things. For the next stage, it seems inevitable that even more personalization will be an important component. What we refer to as the internet of things will be central. However,More than simply connecting humans with devices, the next stage in connectivity will include “humanized” interfaces that constantly evolve to understand the user’s patterns and needs and, in a sense, self-optimize. This would include the functions and features on our devices, as well as the selection/curation of information we receive. It may not be the kind of artificial intelligence found in science fiction, but It is expected this injection of personalization will bring monumental changes as our level of connectivity continues to grow

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Top New Technologies Trends for 2015 and more

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Gartner’s list of top 10 Strategic Technology Trends ranges from 3D printing to The Internet of Things (IoT), context rich systems, deep analytics, cloud/client computing and more. For Solution Review’s purposes we couldn’t help but notice that mobility and broad computing help some focus both in their list and at the Gartner Symposium /ITxpo 2014.
In Gartner’s top 10 list the focus on mobility fell under the “Computing Everywhere” title.  The mobile impact and trend that Gartner points out stems from the proliferation of devices in today’s enterprise leading to large impacts on overall environments. Without Gartner saying it, one can denote a nod to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs and the management issues IT realizes as a result.  They suggest a move from a singular device centric management approach (i.e. Mobile Device Management (MDM)) to what seems to be more of a holistic approach addressing broad computing, mobile environments and the mobile user.
While we believe that the functions of MDM will never become extinct and the term MDM will always be used as a reference point or search term for what will be larger and more encompassing solutions we have to agree with Gartner here. The sheer volume of devices coupled with outstanding variety across smart phones, tablets, laptops, watches and even glasses will call for a different approach. Otherwise, IT will be sunk.  Here is a little of Gartner’s insight from there recent release.
“As mobile devices continue to proliferate, Gartner predicts an increased emphasis on serving the needs of the mobile user in diverse contexts and environments, as opposed to focusing on devices alone.
‘Phones and wearable devices are now part of an expanded computing environment that includes such things as consumer electronics and connected screens in the workplace and public space,’ said Mr. Cearley. ‘Increasingly, it’s the overall environment that will need to adapt to the requirements of the mobile user. This will continue to raise significant management challenges for IT organizations as they lose control of user endpoint devices. It will also require increased attention to user experience design.’”

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